The JIM is a publicly available model, which enables the quantification of indirect jobs, value added, and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions related to investments of financial institutions. The aim of the initiative is to bring comparability, accountability, and transparency to the financial industry by measuring key impact indicators in a harmonised way.
"The JIM is unique as it combines insights and learnings from multiple organisations and research studies into one single tool, enabling investors to assess economic and environmental impacts of investments in an integrated way."
Sabine Dankbaar, Director at Steward Redqueen
The catalytic effects of DFI investment: gender equality, climate action and the harmonisation of impact standards
JIM initiative featured in the ODI-EDFI essay series: How to make harmonisation work: lessons learned from a multi-stakeholder initiative to build the Joint Impact Model. (Page 97)
FOUNDING MEMBERS AND DEVELOPMENT PANEL
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